What your workstation looks like?

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RC10th wrote: Fri Nov 22, 2019 5:09 am.
I dare you to get your dirty, smelly ASSociateds out on that table....

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I've always Associated AE with high performance.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
Anyways, here's my mes-I mean, work station. :roll:
This is while I'm prepping my RC10 for the track.
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Re: What your workstation looks like?

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I'm embarrassed to post a pic of my work station.
It's just a disorganized pile of unfinished projects. :oops:
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My workspace is perfect except for one giant problem - ergonomics. Short of replacing the actual bench with one that does not have the lower shelf so I can pull my seat closer, I'm stumped on what else I can do to improve my sitting position. I've noticed that most of the workbench setups I've come across seem to require terrible posture!

Not to change the topic of this already outdated thread, but I'd really like to see if anyone else with a bad back that wants to show off their more ergonomically-friendly workspace...
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Why not extend the bench top outwards a bit so you gain two things, you can get closer to the work (or bring the work closer to you), and you have more bench space to put stuff, plus you can keep the under bench storage, it's a win win :D
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XLR8 wrote: Fri Nov 22, 2019 10:08 pm I'm embarrassed to post a pic of my work station.
It's just a disorganized pile of unfinished projects. :oops:
I am hesitant to post my workshop - I cleaned it up a bit but it is still messy...Image
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That would be ideal, but it's a really cheap 1-piece bench & the not really something worth modifying. I think I have to either remove the bottom shelf or replace the entire thing. I'd be concerned about the reduced stability removing that bottom shelf would cause though, so I think there's my answer.
RC10th wrote: Thu Feb 20, 2020 2:42 am Why not extend the bench top outwards a bit so you gain two things, you can get closer to the work (or bring the work closer to you), and you have more bench space to put stuff, plus you can keep the under bench storage, it's a win win :D

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Very nice!

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I haven't been able to get anywhere near my workshop in over 2 years. I miss it horribly. We just bought a new home with a lot more space, and are supposed to take possession Oct 21st, so hopefully I'll be able to post a new work area by Christmas...
It's the biggest thing I'm looking forward to about the entire deal; I've got dozens of projects to work on. :)

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not to get off topic but was scrolling thru this thread and saw this pic....Pumkin by arrow ran 48mph on 10 cells with another 6 cell strapped to the front bumper for weight,, long before lipo and brushless....then i rolled it and had to rebuild it from the ground up and then retired it to Thumbs rc museum....rant over just classic seeing it in that shop pic....Epic!
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Still sitting there clean as a whistle! 8) Where's your 8th scale gas racers??!
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put em up in a closet in Davids house
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A look at my shop...
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